With just a week to go before Winnipeggers choose their next mayor, local activist and business owner, Kristen Andrews, interviews Judy Wasylycia-Leis.
As part of its Pass the Mic event, CKUW guest hosts interviewed Winnipeg mayoral candidates. Today’s feature: James Beddome in conversation with Paula Havixbeck and Brian Bowman.
Finding reasons to be thankful is a harder task this year as the world’s problems go from bad to worse.
In a report card released today, Winnipeg youth give our city a passing grade but say there’s much room to improve their quality of life.
The gloves will be off in this week’s all candidates forums in the Daniel McIntyre Ward, which promises to be one of the tightest election races.
Two recent mayoral debates focused on poverty and inequality. Watch both debates in their entirety here.
Mayoral candidates debated environmental issues, including mitigating climate change, protecting green space, reducing waste, rapid transit and containing urban sprawl. Watch the entire debate here.
To actually convince someone to get a dog, you have to make promises like a politician, knowing you will never follow through on them. How else could you sell the cost and commitment?
New co-op with 10,000 members aims to buy what’s left of the Canadian Wheat Board and wants family farm to make important decisions in agriculture.
ArtsVote Winnipeg Mayoral Forum made it clear that Winnipeg’s creative community is watching and involved. Catch the entire debate here.